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Gracie has spent her life running from her problems. This time, it's a matter of life and death.
With nothing but five dollars, a train ticket, and the wedding dress she's wearing, Gracie Lister escapes with her daughter to the West Texas country where her family fell apart years ago. There, Lieutenant Michael Wayne - devoted single father, dedicated soldier - gives Gracie the hiding place she needs, and a job caring for his two children. Michael and Gracie aren't looking for love, but it finds them right away.
The couple doesn't exactly see eye-to-eye, though. A vengeful druglord has put a price on Michael's head, and he's determined to face the enemy head-on. When Gracie's ex-fiance catches up to her, her impulse is to flee the danger and the father she lacks the courage to confront.
Will Michael and Gracie find the strength they need in each other to protect their family and the home they've created?
©2010 Colleen Coble (P)2010 Oasis
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By Judy on 05-07-10

Lonestar Homecoming

I would highly recommend, interesting from beginning to end!

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By PJ Reader on 01-02-17

Why must the heroine be an idiot?

Others may have enjoyed this book and it isn't horrible, but why must the heroine be an idiot?
Examples:
Heroine runs from former boyfriend known to have connections to the cartel; yet she answers his phone calls.
Woman warns heroine that her life is in danger - heroine decides not to tell anyone what she is doing to avoid the bad guys. She will solve this problem on her own.

The book was okay, but nothing special. Great Christian fiction includes a great plot and superior writing.

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